Tag Archives: feminism

When Has Something Outlived its Usefulness?

It’s a good question. How can you tell when something has outlived its usefulness?

This could easily be a post about some of my most recent dating disasters. The Pirate immediately comes to mind, since obviously I wasted way more time on that non-relationship than was necessary.¬†Interesting, since I didn’t mourn the end of things with the Bartender or question it nearly as long as that, even though I was much more invested in him.

But today isn’t a post about relationships. It’s about words.

Phrases actually.

Continue reading When Has Something Outlived its Usefulness?

Bieber grew up?

I’ve never paid much attention to Justin Bieber, other than to point and giggle when I saw some teenage girl doodle his name on her paper. Never to the girl’s face, of course, but Justin Bieber is not someone I would ever think of as being sexy…

Still don’t, so don’t go thinking this is a post about his hotness or anything like that.¬† Continue reading Bieber grew up?

I support Joss Whedon!

I saw Age of Ultron opening weekend. I loved it. I was in awe of the million different moving parts, character interactions, and just general awesomeness! I was thoroughly looking forward to seeing it a second time before I wrote my review of it because I know I missed some things and I want to give it the attention it deserves.

And then the “feminists” hit. Continue reading I support Joss Whedon!